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Arielle Harmann: Pottery - Tom Ray's Art Podcast

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On this episode of the podcast, I meet Arielle Harmann. Arielle is a pottery artist living in Madison WI. We talk about how Arielle started making pottery by taking some classes. Then eventually started teaching classes and later making work that sold in local shops. Arielle is now selling items online and talks about their experience with that as well!

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Arielle Harmann's Website https://www.ariellesart.com

Arielle Harmann on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/arielleharmannart


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